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Portfolio Park Avenue Turquoise Blue Velvet Arm Chair and Ottoman

Item# SPM8141030017 | Model# LPK1CUVBL73-8306427 | Added on July 12, 2015 |
Portfolio Park Avenue Turquoise Blue Velvet Arm Chair and Ottoman
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The Portfolio Park Avenue arm chair and ottoman will add style to your decor. The Park Avenue chair and ottoman features tapered legs in a soft turquoise blue velvet fabric.

The Portfolio Park Avenue arm chair and ottoman will add style to your decor. The Park Avenue chair and ottoman features tapered legs in a soft turquoise velvet fabric.

Use this set to create a quiet reading nook in the corner of a larger room. The chair's plush design is comforting to your body as you consume the latest best-seller, and the included ottoman gives you a spot to prop up your legs while you relax and unwind. Wooden feet add durability to the design of both pieces and keep them up off the carpet for ease of cleaning beneath them.

  • Part of the Portfolio Furniture Collection
  • Ideal for small space living
  • Perfect for the living room, bedroom or office, the scale of this chair coordinates well in any room environment
  • Chair includes an upscale 8-way hand tied, polyester fiber and foam seat cushion
  • Coordinating ottoman has a firm cushion which is perfect as a footrest or an extra seat
  • Innovative engineering and packaging design enable upholstery to be easily assembled in the actual room
  • Eco-friendly and efficient product design uses less fossil fuel based components in construction and delivery
  • Various components are recyclable at the end of use
  • Both pieces ship in one (1) box
  • Easy assembly-just screw on the legs
  • Materials: Polyester velvet, Hardwood
  • Finish: Dark espresso
  • Upholstery color: Soft turquoise blue
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